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The Jackson-Harmsworth Arctic Expedition

    Naturevolume 57page40 (1897) | Download Citation



    THE first meeting of the present session of the Royal Geographical Society took place at the Queen's Hall, Langham Place, on Monday night last, when Mr. Frederick G. Jackson lectured on the expedition led by himself to the Arctic regions. For the following abridged account of the lecture we are indebted to the Times:—

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